Pacific islands monthly : PIM

Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. XVII, No. 5 ( Dec. 16, 1946)
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLANDS Monthly 1
Advertising 2 , 3 , 4
ADVERTISERS 5
Advertising 5 , 6
IN THIS ISSUE: 6
Advertising 6
Pacific Islands Monthly 7
What Is Happening in Relation to "Pacific Trusteeships" 7 , 8
P.A.A. Staff Leaving Fiji Result of Mutual Servicing Agreement with A.N.A. 8
MISSION LAUNCH TAKEN FROM SYDNEY TO N. GUINEA 8
THE PACIFIC AIR AGE NOW BECOMES A REALITY New British Commonwealth-American Agreement Smooths Out International Difficulties 9
Advertising 9
TRAVELLED IN NOVEMBER "MONTORO" 10
ELEPHANTIASIS Success of Campaign Against Filarial Mosquito 10
'UNITED STATES OF INDONESIA' Story of the Betrayal of the Dutch by the Democracies 10 , 77
NEW POLITICAL SET-UP? Signs and Portents in S.W. Pacific 11
MR. A. L. BRAISBY Samoa's Well-known Police Inspector Dies Suddenly 11
U.S.A. Reduces Trans-Pacific Air Mail Rate But South Pacific Territories Have Not Yet Fallen Into Line 11
Official History of Fiji Now Available 11
PROMISING NEW OILFIELD IN NORTHERN BORNEO 11
Who Will "Protect" The Samoans? New Zealand, United States and Britain Are Named 12
VOTES FOR FIJI CIVIL SERVANTS 12
M. Sautot Had No Red Connections in N.C. 12
MORE SOUTH PACIFIC TRAVELLERS 12
"Confused and Almost Idle" "Herald" Writer's Description of New Guinea 13
NAVY SHIP VISITS APIA 13
TREATMENT OF A B.S.I. SOLDIER-PLANTER 13
C.D.C. Activities in N.G. Almost Ended 13
POLYNESIAN DANCE IN AUSTRALIAN BUSH 13
Burns Philp Acquire Australian Stores 14
30 Per Cent. Increase In Fiji Population Astonishing Figures Revealed by 1946 Census 14
A BETTER OUTLOOK FOR PACIFIC TRAVELLERS Trans-Ocean Liners Coming Back 14
SAMOANS REJECT TRUSTEESHIP (N.Z.) AGREEMENT Plea to U.N.O. for Unity of Group and More Self-Government 14 , 71 , 73
A MODERN SINBAD COMES TO GRIEF IN FIJI Wreck of the "Pagan" in the Lau Islands 15 , 16
Advertising 15 , 16
FIJI GIFT TO BRITAIN FUND 16
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR COOK ISLANDS 16
Advertising 17
FIJI PLANS FOR TOURISM 18
Advertising 18
BSI CLAIMS FOR WAR DAMAGE 18
Advertising 18
NEARLY £3,000,000 PER ANNUM! What Australia is now Spending on Her Pacific Territories 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
SHOES FOR NEW GUINEA 20
RABAUL WOMAN ATTACKED ON "DUNTROON" 20
ON RA'IATEA 40 YEARS AGO 20
Poyments for Fiji Sugar Growers 21
N.G. CLUB CHRISTMAS FUNCTIONS 21
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS 21
Advertising 21
NADI HAS A UNITED NATIONS FLAVOUR Fiji Merely Owns Land at its International Airport 22
Advertising 22
TERRITORIANS WHO HAVE RETURNED TO N.G. 23
FIJI'S 10-YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN Outlined by Governor's Speech to Current Session of Legislative Council 23
Advertising 23 , 24
Remembrance Day Dedication of Rabaul War Cemetery But What Does "Peace" Mean to New Guinea? 24
FIJI'S POPULAR FIRST LADY 25
FIJI BANANAS DUMPED OFF N.Z. COAST 25
Advertising 25 , 26
jeep Allocations Disappoint Lae Citizens 27
SOCIETE DES OCEANISTES RESUMES ACTIVITIES 27
LINKS WITH DE RAYS EXPEDOTION 27 , 28
Advertising 27 , 28
SOLOMONS IN THE DOLDRUMS NO Rehabilitation in Sight 28 , 29
AWARD TO YOUNG OFFICER OF W.P.H.C. 29
N.G. NATIVES'S ADJUSTMENT TO POST-WAR CONDITIONS 29 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
FIJI MERCHANT SEAMEN POPULAR IN AUCKLAND 30
Four Dredges Operating by Mid-1947 B.G.D.'s Hopes in N.G., Subject to American Strikes and Australian Shipping 30 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
GIANT SNAILS IN N. GUINEA Introduced by Japs at Kavieng, Rabaul and Madang 32
One Who Does Not Expect Tourists in Pacific 32
TONGAN DICTIONARY IN PREPARATION 32
Difficult Rehabilitation of Looted Thursday Is. 33
Advertising 33
VERNON MEMORIAL 34
Advertising 34
SDA MISSION VESSEL FOR SOLOMONS 34
COCONUT LUNCH FOR 9d. 34
COAST WATCHERS IN NEW GUINEA JUNGLES Keeping Tab on Japs in 1942 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
Advertising 35 , 36 , 37 , 38
ROTUMA VISITORS TO AUSTRALIA 38
HANDBOOK ON ELLICE ISLANDS LANGUAGE 38
MAGAZINE SECTION Territories Talk-Talk 39
R. A. ROBINSON 39
WAU ROAD 40 , 41 , 47 , 48 , 49
South Pacific 42 , 43
Tropicalities 44
COPPER STRANDS ACROSS THE PACIFIC 45
FIJI'S TWO WARTIME MYSTERIES 46
Advertising 47 , 48
Big Money Earned by Torres Strait Islanders 49
COCOA ALLOCATIONS 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
Site of Cession Memorial 50
SAMOAN MISSIONARIES IN PAPUA “John Williams” Brings Long-Awaited Relief 51
Advertising 51
Native Problems of Modern New Guinea An Unbiased Survey by an Expert 52 , 53 , 54
Advertising 52 , 53
YOUNG PAINTERS IN TAHITI 54
SULPHUR AS MOSQUITO REPELLANT 54
ARC Extensive Plans For Papua 54
Advertising 54
Training Missionary Supermen 55
Advertising 55 , 56
HEAVY PROGRAMME PLANNED FOR NEW GUINEA P.W.D. But Shortages of Men and Materials Delay Operations 57
COOK islands pineapples 57
TOMATOESO-A NEW ASSET FOR MANGAIA 57
Advertising 57 , 58
How a Catholic Missionary Was Killed by Japs 58
Lae Forms A Citizens' Assn. Other N.G. Townships May Follow 58
Territorion Preference in all C.D.C. Sales Statement by Supply and Shipping Minister 59
MARRIAGE BILL WITHDRAWN 59
Advertising 59
FIVE CROWDED MINUTES! One Black Night on a Top-Sail Schooner, 50 Years Ago 60
Advertising 60
Why Not Sponges From Pacific Island Waters? 61
PUKA-PUKA BREAKS LONG SILENCE 61
Advertising 61
CHEMICAL WAR ON FIJI'S WEEDS Encouraging Results for Tropical Agriculturalists 62
Advertising 62
TAHITIAN SPEECH How Its Beauties Have Been Preserved 62
A COMMON TONGUE WANTED Plea for Use of Fijian 63
Advertising 63
SHIPPING AND PLANE SERVICES 64 , 65 , 66 , 78
Advertising 64 , 65 , 66
Remembrance Sunday Observed In Port Moresby 66
REMEMBRANCE DAY IN SUVA 66
Abuse of Student-Permits? N.Z. Report of Fiji Indian Students Setting up in Business in the Dominion 66
LINK WITH ANNEXATION OF PAPUA 66
Advertising 67
N.G. Scholarship Fund Awards to be Made in Victoria Only 68 , 69
Advertising 68
WHEN S. PACIFIC TRADE BOOMED Interesting Comparison Between 1900-1914 and 1918-1939 69
Fiji Peanuts for N.Z. 69
Advertising 69
INVESTITURE UNDER DIFFICULTIES 70
Advertising 70
SOUTH SEA PAPAIN AND COCONUT "CREAM" 70
CURIOUS CUSTOMS IN MELANESIA 70
Advertising 71 , 72
SUGAR-BOILING AT MANGAIA —JUG WANTED 73
Advertising 73
Central Pacific Air Service Rarotongans' Narrow Escape 74
HOW A VOLCANO ERUPTS 74
Advertising 74
RUM BUSINESS 75 , 76
Advertising 75 , 76
Grave Shortage of Plantation Labour W. Samoa, Too, Has Its Troubles 77
FOUR NATIVE CRIMINALS 77
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 77
Advertising 77
TERRITORIES SOLICITORS 78
Advertising 78 , 79
Madang is Battered But Still Beautiful 80 , 81
Advertising 80 , 81
ISLANDS PRODUCE 82
Advertising 82
BUYING PRICES AT SUVA, FIJI, PRODUCE REPORT 82
PRICE OF GOLD 82
COPRA 82
RUBBER 82
QUOTATIONS FOR MINING SHARES 82
Exchange Rates 82
Advertising 83 , 84

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